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Strategic Management: Case study of Sony Corporation: The vision of tomorrow

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in company analysis, mathematics and economics

Title Strategic Management : Case study of Sony Corporation : The vision of tomorrow Executive Summary Sony Corporation is leading manufacturer of electronics products and information technology product . Sony Corporation has been expending its trade volume since it ‘s inception in late sixties . Gradually it ‘s trade volume capture lion part of market …

Merck

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in company analysis, mathematics and economics

Merck A Company Analysis Part 1 Introduction Multinational companies have the capability of extending heir services as well as their product distribution to any part of the world Regardless of the industry that they are involved with , multinational companies enjoy the privilege of having a wide range of market share in the global trade …

Pepsi-Cola, Customer analysis

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in company analysis, mathematics and economics

Pepsi-Cola , Customer Analysis Table of Contents Company Analysis .3 Brand Analysis .3 Customer Analysis .4 Cultural and Social Values .4 Perception of the Brand .5 Motivation .5 Personal Values .6 Impact of Advertising . 7 References .8 Appendix .9 Company Analysis Pepsi-Cola represents a huge market of beverages and drinks being a leader in …

Haliburton

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in company analysis, mathematics and economics

Halliburton Halliburton The Difference Between Management and Leadership Within Halliburton Halliburton has , in its over 100 year history , grown into a massive player in the global oil industry , employing over 100 ,000 personnel in over 100 countries , giving the firm a true global reach (Halliburton 2005 . This level of achievement …

Triple Bottom Line

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in company analysis, mathematics and economics

Triple Bottom Line I . Introduction `Triple Bottom Line ‘ is increasingly attaining popularity as a conceptual framework for the purpose of measuring the level of business performance . The term was being coined by John Elkington , in his book entitled Cannibals with Forks : The Triple Bottom Line of 21st Century Business . …

private equity firms buying publicly traded busisnesses

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in company analysis, mathematics and economics

Private equity firms buying publicly traded businesses Purchases of publicly traded businesses by private equity firms-the growing trend Private equity markets are witnessing a flurry of activity and growing at a phenomenal rate because of large deals . On the whole private-equity firms made a spending close to 50 billion during 2006 which is five …